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The Garb of Leadership Through the Eyes of Dr. Purnima Mane

To get a holistic insight about leadership, we need to delve into experiences of leaders, how they react to emergent problems, and seek their advice on experiences that young aspiring leaders need to pursue to strengthen and prepare themselves.

I would also say that most leaders should have some charisma. The other trait a leader needs to have is to be sensitive especially in terms of whom do you expect to follow and who are these followers that you are looking for. Most leaders’ people skills are very well developed like their communication skills. I think this is important because being able to connect to people is critical for a leader.

Type: Pathfinder in the News
Focus Area: Advocacy

Pathfinder Staff Heavyhearted After Boarding School Tragedy in Nigeria

Yesterday, Pathfinder was outraged to learn that more than 50 male boarding school students lost their lives in a senseless attack in the Yobe state of Nigeria.
Type: Press Release
Country: Nigeria
Focus Area: Advocacy

Pathfinder Receives $35,000 from CREDO Mobile to Advance Sexual and Reproductive Health Worldwide

Pathfinder was recently notified that CREDO Mobile will donate $35,075 to our programs to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights in 2014.

Pathfinder International Profoundly Disappointed with Enactment of Anti-LGBT Law in Uganda

Today, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni approved a bill to toughen penalties against LGBT individuals including life imprisonment for those convicted of homosexuality.

Balancing Idealism and Pragmatism—CEO Purnima Mane speaks at USC

Pathfinder President and CEO Purnima Mane speaks at University of Southern California about the challenges of balancing idealism and pragmatism.

"One of the perennial challenges we face in the field of global public health is balancing our passion for what we call universal well-being for all by working frequently with the most marginalized communities and understanding the reality that we live in a world with finite resources for which there is constant competition."

One Step to Saving a Million Lives

Pathfinder's m4Change project contributes to the government of Nigeria's goal to save one million lives in three years using a mobile phone application.

Pathfinder International embarked on a project designed to help Nigeria get to that goal. It began equipping community health extension workers with CommCare, a mobile phone app that collects information needed to determine the kind of antenatal health services provided to mothers.

Progress Review: Contraception Use Among Adolescent Girls

Giving young women access to birth control is a global public health priority. Find out about the challenges that remain and the projects changing the odds for girls.

An outstanding example of overcoming the barriers that adolescents face accessing contraception is Pathfinder International's PRACHAR project. Intended to promote change in reproductive behaviour of adolescents project in Bihar, India, events were held for newly married couples to celebrate their marriage and emphasise the benefits of delaying having children and provided couples with a small supply of oral contraceptive pills and condoms.

Pathfinder International and UNFPA Renew Collaborative Commitment to Advance Family Planning, Gender Equality

Today, leaders from Pathfinder International and UNFPA signed a memorandum renewing the organizations’ collaborative commitment to advance family planning and gender equality worldwide.

Pathfinder Joins Newly-Established Cancer Committee in Ethiopia

Cervical Cancer release
This week, Pathfinder International was honored to become a part of the newly-formed National Cancer Committee in Ethiopia.
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